Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to the field of social demography in a global perspective. The primary focus is on the relationships between demographic processes (fertility, family dynamics, mortality, and immigration) and social issues. Topics include how population processes are intertwined with numerous social issues, such as poverty and inequality, disease, environmental limits and food supply, criminality, family, labor market, urbanization, and policy concerns.
Recommended Background: One of Sociology 0520, Sociology 1000 or Geography 1200
Attributes: Population and Society, Social Science Lib Ed Req, Arts & Science or LBED course
Note: This online course is delivered in real-time during the days and times indicated.